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Enrico Sacchetti
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On a mission to create meaningful experiences
On a mission to create meaningful experiences

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So it's now possible to use your voice to open Waze. Not sure since when.

Google App 5.7.14.19
Android 6.0.1
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I've gotten back into blogging! To start, I've made a guide on testing locally-hosted websites.
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I'm not sure when or how, but messages received on Hangouts for Android now honours the system-wide notifications setting. When your phone is in 'Priority' interruptions mode, then only your starred contacts will trigger a notification while the rest are muted.
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The infographic is very creative. 
The OPP is launching Operation Impact, a new initiative to discourage distracted driving
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I'm sold.
Nexus 6P hummingbird at 240fps. Woooooow.
Hummingbird on N6P
Hummingbird on N6P
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Size comparison of Nexus phones
Quickly made this to help me and my brother get a feel for the new dimensions.
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Google definitely deserves kudos for this bit of awesomeness
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Here's a tech solution story. TL;DR try compressed air.

My monitor was powered on, and it wouldn't allow me to power it off with the buttons. It also flickered on and off every 2 seconds, which isn't ideal for computing.

The monitor has digital buttons, which are not to be confused with kinetic or capacitive buttons. I sprayed the buttons with compressed air, and everything works again!

The reason being: dust can interfere with digital or laser connections. With that said, you can also fix some mouse wheels by simply spraying them with compressed air. Some gaming mouse wheels use lasers to detect motion, and - like my monitor issue - they can be fixed by spraying compressed air inside them.
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